Life is Strange: Before the Storm is undoubtedly a risk that Square Enix didn’t need to take. The original Life is Strange ended in a way that left fans expecting nothing more, so the prequel’s announcement came as quite a surprise. Thankfully, newcomers Deck Nine […]

Read More

Ōkami HD Review

With its simple yet well-executed story, Ōkami is a unique experience supported by a charming cast of characters who will never fail to put a smile on your face. It also serves as proof that that even among today’s trends, progression in an open-world game […]

Read More

It’s always interesting to see and who and what indie developers take inspiration from when creating their games. When I sat down to play Ballad of Crater, I instantly noticed the queues it had taken from games like Dark Souls and The Legend of Zelda. […]

Read More

Like many, the Star Wars franchise is dear to me, and I’m disappointed EA let their plans for monetisation and a rush to meet deadlines get the better of them with Battlefront II. The controversy surrounding the game has been well warranted, and I can […]

Read More

Puzzle platformers aren’t something we see a lot of nowadays. They’re always few and far in between, but when they do come about, they’re usually quite inventive. That was the vibe I got from Project: Singularity, which is a co-op puzzle platformer developed by a […]

Read More

Sonic Forces Review

At the end of the day, I can’t recommend Sonic Forces unless you’re a fan whose learned to look past the shortcomings of these games – especially when Sonic Mania is so good at half the price. I can see what Team Sonic was aiming […]

Read More

Fire Emblem Warriors is a niche title, so it’s definitely not going to be for everyone. I can only really recommend it to Fire Emblem fans, and even then, only those fans who enjoy this type of game. Nevertheless, it does successfully pull together many […]

Read More

Destiny 2 Review

Destiny 2 serves as a shining example of developers listening to player feedback. While the story is simple, it’s well-told with a cinematic immersion that’s unrivalled by other first-person shooters in recent memory. You almost always feel like your time isn’t wasted as you’re consistently […]

Read More

As a dedicated Metroid fan, it makes me so happy to praise this game for what it is. Samus Returns is a faithful reimagining that isn’t afraid to step out of its comfort zone for the sake of innovation, and it succeeds all the more […]

Read More

The original Life is Strange is admittedly a series I played quite late. I was never pulled towards it when it came out despite all the positive press and my undying love for Telltale-style games. It wasn’t until last year I finally sat down, played […]

Read More